EU Business School extends MBA agreement with UCAM to offer state-recognised MBA programs

MBA Blog / 17th October 2017

EU Business School (EU) has announced the extension of its partnership with La Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM) by signing an agreement through which UCAM recognizes and accredits the MBA programs offered on EU Business School’s Barcelona campus.

The 11 MBA majors now accredited by UCAM cover a wide range of business disciplines, offering students the opportunity to specialize in their chosen field. They include Communication & Public Relations, International Marketing, Global Banking & Finance, Leisure & Tourism Management, and Entrepreneurship, among others.

The agreement deepens the relationship between these two outstanding educational institutions, a relationship that began more than a year ago with the accreditation by UCAM of EU Business School’s MBA in International Business. Dr. Dirk Craen, President of EU Business School, states: “This agreement strengthens our links with UCAM and is the result of the excellent outcome we have achieved from our initial collaboration.” Pablo Blesa, Vice Rector of International Relations and Communication of UCAM, defines the agreement as “a project of values in which both institutions share experiences in internationalization that is of great benefit to all of our students.”

The partnership with UCAM adds to the growing number of EU Business School’s international partnerships. It also offers state-recognized degrees awarded by the University of Derby in the U.K. and the University of Roehampton in London, at undergraduate and graduate levels on its different campuses.

For more information about EU, contact the communications department at +34 93 201 81 71 or
communications@euruni.edu or visit www.euruni.edu

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